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Privacy and Cybersecurity Law Blog

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Manifesting one’s beliefs vs inappropriately proselytising them - where is the line?

United Kingdom - June 3 2019 In Kuteh v. Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust [2019] EWCA Civ 818 the Court of Appeal was asked to consider whether the dismissal of a Christian nurse…

Acas publishes guidance on workplace neurodiversity

United Kingdom - April 1 2019 Acas has published guidance to help employers learn about neurodiversity and to suggest changes that can be made in the workplace to better support…

Expanding the female talent pipeline - new government guidance

United Kingdom - March 29 2019 The Government Equalities Office has published some simplified guidance…

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy launches new consultation into misuse of confidentiality clauses

United Kingdom - March 27 2019 In the wake of the #MeToo movement, non-disclosure agreements have been a hotly-debated topic, particularly where they are used to prevent employees…

Statutory employment changes from April 2019

United Kingdom - March 21 2019 As April fast approaches, employers should make sure they are ready to implement the increases to statutory pay, as well as some other important…

Personal injury compensation awarded in the Employment Tribunal

United Kingdom - March 21 2019 In Grange v. Abellio London Ltd EAT/0304/17 the EAT has held that personal injury compensation is available for a failure to provide rest breaks under…

What is the IR35 regime and why does it matter?

United Kingdom - March 13 2019 The IR35 regime was introduced by HMRC to avoid individual contractors escaping paying tax as an employee by operating through a personal service…

The suspension of a teacher alleged to have used unreasonable force with pupils was not a repudiatory breach of contract.

United Kingdom - March 13 2019 In the recent case of Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Lambeth v. Agoreyo [2019] EWCA Civ 322, the Court of Appeal was asked to consider…

The latest on employment/worker status

European Union, United Kingdom - March 7 2019 In the latest decision on employment status, an Employment Tribunal has held that a group of “Educators” conducting tours, sessions and courses for…

No discrimination if dismissal based on religious beliefs of employer

United Kingdom - February 28 2019 In Gan Menachem Hendon Ltd -v- de Groen,the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that dismissing an employee, who refused to lie about living with…